The Congress Core Committee is meeting at the Prime Minister's residence on Wednesday forenoon at take stock of the situations arising out of TMC pull-out from the coalition.
The meeting would brain-storm on aspects and would devise course to resolve it. To banter to Mamata's tantrums or not is a big question beackoning congress in the eyes.
According to a section of the Party " its a good riddence' as they have SP and BSP to fall upon in case of utter emergency which may not come before December when the House Session begins.
Congress remains unnerved in the hope of winning Mamta Banerjee over once again after TMC pulled out support on Tuesday.
Party has amply indicated that let the formal proposal of withdrawal come we would see then, said one of the senior leaders on the condition of anonymity.
The government has not to fear much as the initiative at the end of Prime Minister and Party President Sonia Gandhi would resolve the impasse sooner than later. Wednesday is going to be very busy , he said.
But Congress calculators feel that even if Mamta Banerjee sticks to her guns and refuse to budge there are two parties waiting in the wings to help Congress cobble up a majority.
Samajwadi Party was quick to say that it would not take cue from TMC and withdraw support.
Bahujan Samajwadi Party with greater number of members than that of TMC has already pledged support to Congress.
But most of all, Congress has not lost all hopes on ties with Trinamool Congress yet. It considers her a "valuable ally" and will discuss the concerns raised by Banerjee with the government, said Congress spokesman.
"We have always considered Trinamool Congress our valuable ally. Even after all that Mamata Banerjee has said, we still consider her our valuable ally till a final result comes out," Congress general secretary Janardan Dwivedi told reporters.
His comments came immediately after TMC chief Mamata Banerjee announced withdrawing support from UPA and stating that the ministers from Trinamool Congress will resign from the Union Cabinet on Friday.
Dwivedi said Congress party "will definitely discuss the issues raised by Banerjee with the government".
"We will see then what is the final result, he added.
Congress sources said party President Sonia Gandhi is expected to discuss with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh very soon the issues raised by Mamata.